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"Southern style five alarm chili with beans"

Updated on September 5, 2009

Southern style five alarm chili with beans"

If you like spicy chili then these chili beans are for you.
If you like spicy chili then these chili beans are for you.

"Southern style five alarm chili with bean"


1 pd ground chuck meat or ground turkey

1 tsp.salt

1 pepper

1 tsp.garlic powder

1 tsp.onion powder

1/2 cup chopped onions

1/2  diced bell peppers

2 garlic cloves crushed

1 can stew tomatoes

2 cans tomatoes sauce

2 Tbs.chili powder

1 Tbs. cumin

1 tsp. cayenne( red pepper).

2 chopped pickled jalapena peppers

2 cans pinto or red kidney beans

2 cups water

Directions to prepare:

In a large cooking pot, add groung chuck or ground turkey to pot along with, salt, blk.pepper,garlic powder,onion powder, bell peppers, onions and garlic cloves and cook together until browned.

Open up 2 cans of beans and add to the pot with the other ingredients. add tomatoe sauce, chili powder, cumin and jalapena peppers and water. stir ingredients and let simmer for 30 minutes. stir to ensure that the beans don't stick to the pot and if they get to thick you can add a little more water. I like my chili beans kind of thick and good myself, Smokin.

Benny Faye Douglass






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      benny Faye Douglass 7 years ago from Gold Canyon, Arizona

      Thank you Chef Mac for stopping by my hubs and for leaving your comment and feedback, and I will have to try your raisin trick too. Godspeed. creativeone59

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      Chef Mac 7 years ago from New York State

      I'm a black bean man myself, but red beans do have that great texture, and this is a lovely, honest recipe.

      Making chili is one of my favorite things to do. I should admit that I have tendency to throw all sorts of things into a pot and so long as there's beans in there, and a little spice, I call it "chili".

      I don't get folks who say "I don't like beans". How can you not like beans? To me the question is, which kind of beans do you like best?

      You know what I like to add to chili sometimes? Golden raisins. They give it just a little sweet/tart kick, and when they cook they swell up into these pretty little spheres that look lovely in the mix.

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      benny Faye Douglass 8 years ago from Gold Canyon, Arizona

      I have to get a pic for it when I prepare it gain soon. thanks for comment. creativeone59

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      Chris Eddy111 8 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      Oh, this sounds so good. You forgot to put some pics to show how mouth watering good it is.